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. for the big new d.o.d. office park in alexandrea, the results coming up. >>> and back out to the scene now at i-270 at the beltway near democracy boulevard, the flyover ramp where a limousine- style bus carrying 26 passengers careened off the sky ramp and down 45 feet to the northbound lanes below. and there is the bus. one person dead and 12 others, we're told, are injured and the rest treated at the scene and taken away. going to be a long night out there and traffic is a mess. you're urgeed to stay away from the area. we're back after this. four years ago, bob ehrlich got fired as governor of maryland. for good reason. first, he protected tax loopholes for giant cable cable companies. then, he let utilities jack up our rates 72%. and for the last four years, he worked as a hired gun for big corporations, even a bank that took billions from a taxpayer funded bailout. ehrlich sides with corporate executives again and again and again tell bob ehrlich big banks and billionares don't need help. middle class marylanders do. >> virginia congressman jim moran took a test shuttle ramp to the def
are investigating the death of an alexandrea businessman. sandra del bracco was found dead in pompano beach sunday evening. the death was a homicide. he commuted back and forth from florida to al,andrea where he worked for pce communications and the company issued a statement where they were sadden by the ceo. >>> states are constantly searching for ways to trim budget. the commissioner said it found one four days, friday's off. >> what is it supposed to prove? >> they say it would save money. >> yeah, right. >> reporter: in richmond, the department of planning and budget estimates it would save $3 million, half in energy costs. the state of utah implemented a four-day workweek in 2008 and didn't save as much as predicted but they did save. a spokesman for the state of utah told me when they implemented a four-day workweek, they were surprised to see money in overtime and their theory is when people are working a longer day, they're watching the clock and after the minutes tick by and the time is over, they're ready to go. >> we work in the hour during the summer and i don't want to say any -- st
in alexandrea. the attack happened in lavesa drive and franconia road around 4:30. someone grabbed her from behind and sexual assaulted her and managed to alert a nearby jogger. the woman was treated for her injuries and police are still looking for that attacker. >>> a woman stabbed repeatedly in her own home faced her attacker as she took the stand to recall the horrifying attack and john henrehan has more now from the testimony. >> reporter: behind me is the evidence van for evident used at trials here at d.c. superior court. the officers brought a blood- stained t-shirt upstairs to courtroom 313 where the woman wearing it nearly two years ago, described the horrifying attack that she suffered. paramedics responding to the stabbing at 548 49th street in southeast washington told the victim that she lost so much blood her veins were too flat to start an intrahave anous injection of fluids. the now-25-year-old woman told the jury when she saw a knife in the hand of the man who came down to her basement pardon me, she said oh, please, no. without a word, she said, the man started stabbing h
through the overnight hours and to 49 potentially in martinsburg; 50, frederick; 57, alexandrea and baltimore. the forecast here, dradropping to 58 degrees and closer to the low 60s and we'll be clear and cool and last night. the northwest breeze continues and have what we call a tight pressure gradient, high pressure from the west and the departing area of low pressure to the northeast and tomorrow will be like today, an outstanding friday and on the breezy side still, the temperature up is to to 78 degrees and supercomfortable. we headline the fact that it's cool in the morning. 59 degrees at the bus stop for the kids. by noon, 72; by 4:00, 75 degrees and again, we think the high temperature tomorrow about 78 degrees. a little bit of cloud cover building up especially to the north and east and you get the hot sun and cooler air. this is one of the areas of low pressure that is giving us our breeze today. the cloud his a hard time getting to d.c. and that is cloudy through pennsylvania and northern maryland than we had and this is what is left of the huge tropical moisture that
was hurt trying to catch a train today. bill yule is the metro board member and the mayor of alexandrea. he flipped on the platform. he reportedly now has ligament damage and a kneecap out of place and will require surgery. >>> there are new questions about the safety of highway overpasses in our area after the charter bus went off and i- 270 overpass last night. turns out that a government report, specifically up in baltimore recently, called for better designs as far back as six years ago. tom fitzgerald is in the newsroom with more. >> reporter: this afternoon, the montgomery county police released the 911 calls and as this gets underway, traffic safety experts are calling for new barriers to be installed. 911 callers detail the early minutes of the bus cast is or the i-270 spur. >> a camper or a bus went over the bridge above it and landed on 270 north. >> a commuter bus hit the guard rail and slipped off of the hov overpass on the 70. >> reporter: while highway overpasses are vital parts, traffic safety experts say they need to be made safer. >> this is what we're warning about. >> rep
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